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Abstract

Disclosed are UV absorbers that contain a labile functional group capable of initiating free radical polymerization.

Description

This application is a divisional application of U.S. Ser. No. 12/125,403, filed May 22, 2008, which is a divisional application of U.S. Ser. No. 11/539,748, filed Oct. 9, 2006, now U.S. Pat. No. 7,396,942, which is a divisional application of U.S. Ser. No. 10/753,254, filed Jan. 8, 2004, now U.S. Pat. No. 7,119,210, which claims priority to U.S. Provisional Application, U.S. Ser. No. 60/438,978, filed Jan. 9, 2003.

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

This invention is directed to ophthalmic lens materials. In particular, this invention relates to ultraviolet light absorbers that also act as polymerization initiators for ophthalmic lens materials.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

Many UV light absorbers are known as ingredients for polymeric materials used to make ophthalmic lenses. UV absorbers are preferably covalently bound to the polymeric network of the lens material instead of simply physically entrapped in the material to prevent the absorber from migrating, phase separating or leaching out of the lens material. Such stability is particularly important for implantable ophthalmic lenses where the leaching of the UV absorber may present both toxicological issues and lead to the loss of UV blocking activity in the implant.

Numerous copolymerizable benzatriazole, benzophenone and triazine UV absorbers are known. Many of these UV absorbers contain conventional olefinic polymerizable groups, such as methacrylate, acrylate, methacrylamide, acrylamide or styrene groups. Copolymerization with other ingredients in the lens materials, typically with a radical initiator, incorporates the UV absorbers into the resulting polymer chain. Incorporation of additional functional groups, on a UV absorber may influence one or more of the UV absorber's UV absorbing properties, solubility or reactivity. If the UV absorber does not have sufficient solubility in the remainder of the ophthalmic lens material ingredients or polymeric lens material, the UV absorber may coalesce into domains that could interact with light and result in decreased optical clarity of the lens.

Examples of polymeric ophthalmic lens materials that incorporate UV absorbers can be found in U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,290,892; 5,331,073 and 5,693,095.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The present invention provides dual function UV absorbers. These UV absorbers contain a labile functional group capable of initiating radical to polymerization. These UV absorbers are suitable for use in ophthalmic lenses, including contact lenses, and are particularly useful in implantable lenses, such as intraocular lenses (IOLs).

Among other factors, the present invention is based on the finding that UV absorbers can be modified to incorporate a labile functional group capable of initiating polymerization of an olefinic ophthalmic lens material monomers without eliminating the UV absorber's UV absorbing activity, solubility or reactivity with ophthalmic lens material ingredients.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

Unless indicated otherwise, all ingredient amounts expressed in percentage terms are presented as % w/w.

The dual function UV absorbers (“DFUVAS”) of the present invention contain a functional group that can initiate free radical polymerization. As such, these DFUVAS eliminate the need for two separate monomeric ingredients in the preparation of copolymeric ophthalmic lens materials. Instead of adding a conventional UV absorber to conventional ophthalmic lens-forming materials and separately adding a conventional polymerization initiator, a DFUVAS can be used in place these two conventional ingredients.

Many conventional thermal free radical initiators and many UV absorbers are known. The DFUVAS may be synthesized by reacting a UV absorber that contains a reactive functionality with a radical initiator while preserving the radical generating linkage. For example, 3-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4-hydroxyphenethyl alcohol (1) may be coupled to 4,4′-azobis(4-cyanopentanoic acid) (2) using a carbodiimide esterification agent. The product (3) can then initiate radical polymerization of a vinyl monomer (e.g., acrylate, methacrylate, acrylamide, methacrylamide, styrene) by application of heat and/or UV/visible light and the UV absorbing functionality will be to covalently attached to the polymer chain.

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00001

This invention provides the synthesis of a single component additive that provides a dual function: UV absorption properties and ability to initiate free radical polymerization. The result is a covalently linked UV absorber that will not leach out of the product or phase separate and lead to decreased optical clarity. The synthesis permits flexibility in tailoring both UV absorbing strength and initiator half-life. UV-initiation of polymerization of the lens material is still possible with protection of the hydroxy group on the UV absorbing function of the DFUVAS.

The DFUVAS can be synthesized from azo, organic peroxide, phosphine oxide, and α-hydroxyketone radical polymerization initiators that contain appropriate functional groups. The necessary functionality from each of these initiator classes is the presence of a functional group (carboxylic acid or hydroxyl) through which a UV absorbing benzotriazole, benzophenone or triazine can be covalently linked. Preferred DFUVAS are those represented by formulas [1]-[7].

Several functionalized azo initiators are commercially available. For example, V-501 (4,4′-azobis(4-cyanopentanoic acid)) from Wako Chemicals. This initiator contains a thermally labile azo linkage (—N═N—) and two terminal carboxylic acid groups. Similarly, VA-086 contains two terminal hydroxyl groups. VA-080 contains three hydroxyl groups on each side of the thermally labile azo linkage.

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00002

Therefore, an azo functional UV absorber can be synthesized from an azo initiator with the following structural characteristics:

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00003

where:
A is —CH3 or —CH2CH3.
B is —CN, —CO2H, —COH, —COCH3, —CO2CH3, —SO3H, —CF3, or —NO2 when D is (CH2)n, and —CH3 or —CH2CH3 when D is nothing.
D is nothing or (CH2)n, n=1-10
E is O or NH, NCH3, or NCH2CH3
F is nothing, (CH2)x or (CH2CH2O)xCH2CH2 where x=1-10.
G is —R, —OR, —NHR, —NRR′, —CO2R, or —COR, where R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber, and R′═—CH3 or —CH2CH3.

Many benzotriazole and benzophenone UV absorbers are known and many are commercially available from a variety of sources, such as Ciba Specialty Chemicals. The identity of the benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber is not critical, but should be selected based on its characteristic UV cut-off to give the desired UV absorbing property. For IOL applications, preferred benzotriazole UV absorbers are hydroxyphenylbenzotriazole and preferred benzophenone UV absorbers are hydroxyphenylbenzophenones that have been modified to contain a functional group that can be covalently bonded to a radical polymerization initiator. For example, a preferred hydroxyphenylbenzotriazole UV absorber is 2-N-(2-hydroxyphenyl)benzotriazole, where the UV absorbing group is linked through an ethyl ether linkage at the para position on the hydroxyphenyl group, as shown below linked to an azo functionality.

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00004

Functionalized α-hydroxyketones suitable for use as UV polymerization initiators are commercially available. For example, 2-hydroxy-1-[4-(2-hydroxy-ethoxy)phenyl]-2-methylpropan-1-one (Irgacure® 2959, Ciba Specialty Chemicals) contains a free primary hydroxyl group covalently attached to a UV light labile α-hydroxyketone linkage. This primary hydroxyl can be used as a covalent linking point. For example, in Irgacure® 2959, the primary hydroxyl was used to covalently attach hydrophilic functional groups through an ether linkage to create a water-soluble photoinitiator (Gruber, H. F.; Knaus, S. J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polym. Chem. 1995, 33, 929).

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A generic α-hydroxyketone photoinitiator that contains the appropriate functional groups for covalently linking a UV chromophore is represented by formula [2]:

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00006

where:
J is CH3 or CH2CH3.
L is nothing, (CH2)y or (CH2CH2O)y where y=1-10.
G is —R, —OR, —NHR, —NRR′, —CO2R, or —COR, where R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber, and R′=—CH3 or —CH2CH3.

Functionalized phosphine oxide photoinitiators are also known. For example, a vinyl functional phosphine oxide was used in the synthesis of polymeric acylphosphine oxide photoinitiators (DeGroot, J. H.; Dillingham, K. A.; Deuring, H.; Haitjema, H. J.; Van Beijma, F. J.; Hodd, K. A.; Norrby, S. Biomacromolecules 2001, 2, 1271).

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00007

A generic phosphine oxide photoinitiator that contains the appropriate functional groups for covalently linking a UV chromophore is represented by formula [3].

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00008

where Q is —H, —CH3, —CH2CH3, —CH(CH3)CH3, or —C(CH3)3.
T is nothing, —(CH2)z, or —(OCH2CH2)z, where z=1-10
G is —R, —OR, —NHR, —NRR′, —CO2R, or —COR, where R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber, and R′═—CH3 or —CH2CH3.

Functionalized organic peroxides are less common, however the presence of a functional group for example OH, NH2, or CO2H would allow covalent attachment of a benzotriazole- or benzophenone-containing UV chromophore. A generic acylperoxide initiator that contains appropriate functional groups for covalently linking a UV chromophore is represented by formula [4].

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00009

where Y=nothing or O; R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; R′=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; —(CH2)nH (n=1-18); —CH(CH3)CH3; —C(CH3)3; —C6H5; —CH(CH3)CH2CH3; —C(CH3)2CH2C(CH3)3; —C(CH3)2(CH2)4H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)4H; —C(CH3)2(CH2)5H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)5H; —C(CH3)2(CH2)6H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)6H; —CH2CH(CH2CH3)(CH2O; or

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00010

By way of illustration, if Y═O and R and R′ in formula [4] are selected to be the benzotriazole UV absorber 2-N-(2-hydroxyphenyl)benzotriazole, and the UV absorbing group is linked through an ethyl linkage at the para position on the hydroxyphenyl group to the peroxydicarbonate functionality, the following compound is obtained:

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00011

Generic peroxyester, dialkylperoxide and peroxyketal initiators that contain the appropriate functional groups for covalently linking a UV chromophore are represented by formulas [5], [6], and [7], respectively.

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00012

where R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; R′=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; —(CH2)nH (n=1-18); —CH(CH3)CH3; —C(CH3)3; —C6H5; —CH(CH3)CH2CH3; —C(CH3)2CH2C(CH3)3; —C(CH3)2(CH2)4H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)4H; —C(CH3)2(CH2)5H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)5H; —C(CH3)2(CH2)6H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)6H; —CH2CH(CH2CH3)(CH2)4H; —C(CH3)2C6H5; or

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00013

R—O—O—R(dialkylperoxide)  [6]

where R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; R′═H, a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; —(CH2)nH (n=1-18); —CH(CH3)CH3; —C(CH3)3; —CH(CH3)CH2CH3; —C(CH3)2CH2C(CH3)3; —C(CH3)2(CH2)4H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)4H; —C(CH3)2(CH2)5H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)5H; —C(CH3)2(CH2)6H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)6H; —CH2CH(CH2CH3)(CH2)4H; or —C(CH3)2C6H5.

Figure US08119830-20120221-C00014

where R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber;

R′═H; a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; (CH2)nH (n=1-18); CH(CH3)CH3; C(CH3)3; CH(CH3)CH2CH3; C(CH3)2CH2C(CH3)3; C(CH3)2(CH2)4H; C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)4H; C(CH3)2(CH2)5H; C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)5H; C(CH3)2(CH2)6H; C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)6H; CH2CH(CH2CH3)(CH2)4H; or C(CH3)2C6H5.

In general, the amount of DFUVAS contained in ophthalmic lens materials will depend upon the desired UV blocking characteristics but will typically range from 1-5 wt %.

The invention will be further illustrated by the following examples, which are intended to be illustrative, but not limiting.

Example 1 Esterification of 4,4′-azobis(4-cyanopentanoic acid) with 3-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4-hydroxyphenethyl alcohol

A 50 mL 3-neck flask was dried in a 120° C. oven overnight and cooled in a desiccator. The flask flushed with N2 then charged with 1.9151 g (7.50 mmol) of 3-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4-hydroxyphenethyl alcohol. The solid was dissolved in 15 mL anhydrous tetrahydrofuran, then 4-dimethylaminopyridine (0.0489 g, 0.400 mmol) and 4,4′-azobis(4-cyanopentanoic acid) (1.0084 g, 3.60 mmol), were added and allowed to dissolve. 1,3-Dicyclohexyl carbodiimide (1.5520 g, 7.52 mmol) was added and the reaction mixture was allowed to stir at ambient temperature under a N2 blanket for 24 hr. The reaction mixture was filtered through a fine porosity sintered glass funnel and the solvent was rotovapped. The crude product was purified by column chromatography (silica gel, CH2Cl2), the solvent was rotovapped and the product was dried under vacuum. Yield 1.3691 g (1.81 mmol, 51%) of a pale yellow powder.

Example 2 Preparation of Ophthalmic Lens Material Initiated with UV Absorbing Initiator Prepared in Example 1

A scintillation vial was charged with 3.3572 g (19.052 mmol) of 2-phenylethyl acrylate (PEA), 1.5585 g (8.192 mmol) of 2-phenylethyl methacrylate (PEMA), and 0.0611 g (0.308 mmol) of 1,4-butanediol diacrylate (BDDA). The monomer mixture was purged with N2 and 0.2290 g (0.304 mmol) of the UV absorbing initiator prepared in Example 1 was added and allowed to dissolve. The initiated formulation was filtered through a 0.2 micron PTFE filter and dispensed into polypropylene molds. The molds were placed in an oven for 1 hr at 70° C. then 2 hrs at 110° C. The product polymer was extracted in acetone at room temperature for 16 hrs. The polymer was allowed to air dry for 1.5 hr, then placed in a 60° C. vacuum oven for 3 hrs. The weight loss following extraction was determined gravimetrically and the UV/Vis spectrum was recorded from 190 to 820 nm on a 1 mm thick flat. The data is listed in Table 1.

Example 3 Preparation of Ophthalmic Lens Material Initiated with UV Absorbing Initiator Prepared in Example 1

A scintillation vial was charged with 3.3502 g (19.012 mmol) of 2-phenylethyl acrylate (PEA), 1.5516 g (8.156 mmol) of 2-phenylethyl methacrylate (PEMA), and 0.0567 g (0.286 mmol) of 1,4-butanediol diacrylate (BDDA). The monomer mixture was purged with N2 and 0.0761 g (0.101 mmol) of the UV absorbing initiator prepared in Example 1 was added and allowed to dissolve. The initiated formulation was filtered through a 0.2 micron PTFE filter and dispensed into polypropylene molds. The molds were placed in an oven for 1 hr at 70° C. then 2 hrs at 110° C. The product polymer was extracted in acetone at room temperature for 16 hrs. The polymer was allowed to air dry for 1.5 hr, then placed in a 60° C. vacuum oven for 3 hrs. The weight loss following extraction was determined gravimetrically and the UV/Vis spectrum was recorded from 190 to 820 nm on a 1 mm thick flat. The data is listed in Table 1.

Example 4 Preparation of Ophthalmic Lens Material Initiated with 2,2′-azobisisobutyronitrile (AIBN)

A scintillation vial was charged with 3.3580 g (19.057 mmol) of 2-phenylethyl acrylate (PEA), 1.5629 g (8.215 mmol) of 2-phenylethyl methacrylate (PEMA), and 0.0589 g (0.297 mmol) of 1,4-butanediol diacrylate (BDDA). The monomer mixture was purged with N2 and 0.0502 g (0.306 mmol) of 2,2′-azobisisobutyronitrile (AIBN) was added and allowed to dissolve. The initiated formulation was filtered through a 0.2 micron PTFE filter and dispensed into polypropylene molds. The molds were placed in an oven for 1 hr at 70° C. then 2 hrs at 110° C. The product polymer was extracted in acetone at room temperature for 16 hrs. The polymer was allowed to air dry for 1.5 hr, then placed in a 60° C. vacuum oven for 3 hrs. The weight loss following extraction was determined gravimetrically and the UV/Vis spectrum was recorded from 190 to 820 nm on 1 mm thick flat. The data is listed in Table 1.

TABLE 1
Weight % acetone extractables and UV
cut-off of ophthalmic lens materials.
Example % extractables 10% T (nm) 1% T (nm)
2 3.86 ± 0.18 381 377
3 4.82 ± 0.25 377 371
4 0.63 ± 0.23 294 279

This invention has been described by reference to certain preferred embodiments; however, it should be understood that it may be embodied in other specific forms or variations thereof without departing from its special or essential characteristics. The embodiments described above are therefore considered to be illustrative in all respects and not restrictive, the scope of the invention being indicated by the appended claims rather than by the foregoing description.

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I claim:
1. A dual function UV absorber of the formula:
Figure US08119830-20120221-C00015
where Y=nothing or O; R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; R′=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; —(CH2)nH (n=1-18); —CH(CH3)CH3; —C(CH3)3; —C6H5; —CH(CH3)CH2CH3; —C(CH3)2CH2C(CH3)3; —C(CH3)2(CH2)4H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)4H; —C(CH3)2(CH2)5H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)5H; —C(CH3)2(CH2)6H; —C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)6H; —CH2CH(CH2CH3)(CH2)4H; or
Figure US08119830-20120221-C00016
2. A dual function UV absorber of the formula:
Figure US08119830-20120221-C00017
where R=a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; R′=H; a benzotriazole or benzophenone UV absorber; (CH2)nH (n=1-18); CH(CH3)CH3; C(CH3)3; CH(CH3)CH2CH3; C(CH3)2CH2C(CH3)3; C(CH3)2(CH2)4H; C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)4H; C(CH3)2(CH2)5H; C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)5H; C(CH3)2(CH2)6H; C(CH2CH3)2(CH2)6H; CH2CH(CH2CH3)(CH2)4H; or C(CH3)2C6H5.
3. An ophthalmic lens material comprising a dual function UV absorber of claim 1.
4. The ophthalmic lens material of claim 3 wherein the dual function UV absorber is present in the ophthalmic lens material in an amount of 1-5% (w/w).
5. An ophthalmic lens material comprising a dual function UV absorber of claim 2.
6. The ophthalmic lens material of claim 5 wherein the dual function UV absorber is present in the ophthalmic lens material in an amount of 1-5% (w/w).
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